Anyone who has sex with another person is at risk of getting a sexually
transmitted infection. No one is exempt.
Gay, straight, or somewhere in between, it’s important to practice
safer sex. Compared to vaginal and anal intercourse, oral sex is less
risky, but there is still a risk of infection. If you do have vaginal or
anal intercourse, using a latex barrier reduces the risk of
infection. To further reduce the risk of infection during oral sex, use a
condoms or dental dams.
Hope this helps.